November 3, 2008 Subject:
Pacific Borescopes Advanced Technology for remote visual Inspection
Borescopes,Videoscopes,Fiberscopes by Pacific Borescopes.
borescopes. why pacific borescopes can offer you the best selection of borescopes.
lets face it- we are living in 2008 and nothing has changed much in this mature technology. as an example, go to your local camera store... look through the view finder on 4 or 5 of competing brands of slr cameras. can you see the difference in optical quality? probably not. they all look good! right? so whats the difference? well.... its the digital gadgets, storage, readouts, automatic functions etc. so what hasnt changed? the optics of course. optics are optics.
borescopes dont have digital gadgets on them and are not sophisticated like a camera. everyone uses the same type of optics- the glass, the fibers, the lens, etc. borescopes are simple tools, nothing newer today than several years ago. why buy a high priced scope from one of the german or japanese manufacturers? or buy one from a company whose claim to fame is that they do all manufacturing in the u.s.? (whether we like it or not.... we all buy imported goods everyday.... and why? because its a world economy!) pacific borescopes simply offers the best prices and value. no long-winded corporate hype statement. nor will we tell you how big or great we are. the bottom line is..... will the scope work for you and at a price you can afford? the borescopes we sell are built with the same exacting precision as all the others.
how do we do it? no high dollar marketing campaigns. you already know what you want. will a nationwide direct sales force campaign convince you to buy? not really, they would be wasting your time. want a demo? this makes sense and exactly what you were thinking first. better yet, you test it at your facility- on your own time schedule and in complete control. if you decide to keep it, that would be great. we would love to do business with you. as you already know, paying twice as much for someone else’s scope isnt going to get you a clearer view or anything different. you can clearly see why you should choose the best. period.
April 12, 2004 Subject:
Would you like a box or would you like them wrapped?
A film which explores, mainly through textiles, mainly shirts and shoes, the many tests the fabrics go through in order to meet Jc Penney's Oh So High Standards. While we get the (excuse the pun) run of the mill factory shots here, the shots of the merchandise as it's given to the customer after it's sold is the real highlight. Yes, items are wrapped in brown paper, stuff is folded just so, and people were given what could be called a shirt box to keep the shirts just so as well.. Kinda makes you think of good customer service then, where now everything is shoved into a plastic bag.